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YONKERS, NY, Thursday, February 26, 2015- Dan Dube, Yonkers Raceway's leading harness racing driver thus far in 2015, won his 8,000th career race Thursday night. The milestone victory was a wire-to-wire performance with outsider Clem ($22.60) in the $14,500, eighth-race pace. From post position No. 7, the 6-year-old gelding held sway a half-length in 1:56. Dube, who entered the evening needing a pair of wins for the plateau, immediately halved that number when Upfrontwhosurlady ($16.60)-in her first purse try since mid-September-was a loose cover victress in the $9,000, pacing opener (1:55.4). He then finished second, second, fifth, fifth and fifth in next five drives before earning his required-by-law congratulatory sign. "I don't really look at (the numbers)," the 45-year-old Quebec native said a couple of days ago. "I don't put any pressure on myself. I'm happy the season has gone well so far." Dube, approaching $95 million in career purses, is best known as the primary driver for two Harness Horses of the Year, Gallo Blue Chip (2000) and Rock N Roll Heaven (2010). The Raceway's live season continues Friday and Saturday (post times at 7:10 PM). Evening simulcasting accompanies all night programs, with afternoon simulcasting available daily. Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Tuesday, February 24, 2015- Harness racing driver Dan Dube, who finds himself leading Yonkers Raceway's early-season driver standings by a wide margin, is closing in on another plateau. Dube won four races-three consecutive--Tuesday afternoon, bringing his career total to 7,998. Dube's personal Pick 3 began with Aquanilla ($3), a horse he owns, romping in the $9,000, fourth-race trot (1:58). Next, Winwood Scout ($22.80) wired the field from the eight-hole in the $9,000, fifth-race trot (1:58) before Vegas Rocks ($6.90) went the distance in the $9,000, sixth-race pace (1:56.4). (Author's aside...it was not actually a wagering Pick 3, but...) Dube's fourth win of the day was with a cone-skimming Larussa STL ($8.30) in the $13,000, eighth-race pace (1:56.4). The lightly-raced statebred won for the first time since July of 2013. "I don't really look at (the numbers)," Dube said. "I don't put any pressure on myself. I'm happy the season has gone well so far, and (8,000) is going to happens when it happens." He has 10 scheduled drives here Thursday night. The 45-year-old Dube, a native of Charlesbourg, QC, is nearing $95 million in career purses. He is best known as the primary driver for two Harness Horses of the Year, Gallo Blue Chip (2000) and Rock N Roll Heaven (2010). The Raceway's live season continues Thursday (with a Pick 5 carryover of $2,884.58) through Saturday (all at 7:10 PM). Evening simulcasting accompanies all night programs, with afternoon simulcasting available daily (provided Mother Nature cooperates). Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Sunday, February 22, 2015 - Not even an assigned eight-hole in a Sunday expanded field could stop favored Not Afraid (Dan Dube, $4.90) from dominating Yonkers Raceway's $46,000 featured Open Handicap Trot. The week's marquee trot was the third of the seven, French-themed trotting events to begin the card, all at the added (1¼-mile) distance and all with overflow (12-, 11-, four 10- and a nine-horse) fields. Leaving but having to wait his turn, Not Afraid took over from On the Podium (Eric Carlson) just past a 29-second opening quarter-mile. Another pair of identical intervals (:58, 1:27) ensued before Count Me In (George Brennan) moved meekly from fourth. That one never came close as Not Afraid rolled through a 1:55.4 milepost. He owned a three-length lead entering the lane, then widened. The final margin, over Lorenzo Dream (Brian Sears), was 4½ length in 2:25.3. Backstreet Hanover (Tyler Buter), Murmur Hanover (Pat Lachance) and Awesome Valley (Brett Miller) rounded out the payees. For Not Afraid, a 6-year-old S J's Caviar gelding trained by Jimmy Takter for co-owners his wife, Christina, John Fielding and Goran Andeberg, he's 4-for-6 this season (career earnings up and over a half-million dollars). The exacta paid $42, the triple returned $1,008 and the superfecta paid $3,503. Note that the next two "French" Sunday matinees are March 8 and 15, with post times TBA as of this writing. The Raceway's live season continues Monday (7:10 PM), with a $10,000 guaranteed pool Pick 5 (50-cent base wager, races 7 through 11). After that, it's Tuesday (1 PM), then Thursday through Saturday (all at 7:10 PM). Evening simulcasting accompanies all night programs, with afternoon simulcasting available daily (all provided Mother Nature cooperates). Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Friday, February 20, 2015 - Icommandmyspirit and harness racing driver Brian Sears,  rallied from second-over Friday night, winning Yonkers Raceway's $35,000 featured Filly and Mare Open Pace. Sitting chilly from post position No. 6, Icommandmyspirit saw UF Dragon's Queen (Mark MacDonald) worked around polester Palm Patrol (Dan Dube). After a :28.2 opening quarter-mile and 58-second intermission, Camille (George Brennan), as the 7-5 choice, moved from fourth. That was all the incentive Icommandmyspirit needed, as she tagged that's one rear going to the 1:27 three-quarters. UF Dragon's Queen owned a tenuous lead into the lane, but was about to give up the ghost. Palm Patrol ducked inside, but "Icommand" was both wider and faster. The latter whipped the former (a bridesmaid in five of her six races this season) by a neck in a brisk 1:56.1. Camille held the bottom of the ticket, with Jonsie Jones (Tyler Buter) and Rockaround Sue (Jason Bartlett) rounded out the payees. For third choice Icommandmyspirit, a 5-year-old homebred daughter of Western Ideal trained by Chris Ryder for owner/breeder Cheryl Costello, it was her third win in six seasonal starts. The exacta paid $47.40, with the triple returning $160. The Raceway's live season continues Saturday night (post time 7:10 PM) and Sunday (post time 12:10PM). After that, it's Monday (7:10 PM), Tuesday (1 PM), then Thursday through Saturday (all at 7:10 PM). Evening simulcasting accompanies all night programs, with afternoon simulcasting available daily (all provided Mother Nature cooperates). Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Wednesday, February 18, 2015 — File this under “No Rest for the Weary.” Beginning Thursday evening, Yonkers Raceway shall race six consecutive days of harness racing…Mother Nature permitting. Thursday (first post 7:10 PM) – 12 races and some free money ($1,307.06, to be exact) as carryover into the Pick 5 (50-cent base wager, races 7 through 11). Friday (first post 7:10 PM) – 12 races, with a $35,000 Filly and Mare Open Pace (6th race). Saturday (first post 7:10 PM) – 12 races, with a $35,000 Open Pace (6th race) and the last three (count ‘em, three) previous winners of the George Morton Levy Memorial Pacing Series dotting the card. Atochia (2012 winner) drew post position No. 4 in the fifth race, with Matt Kakaley driving. Razzle Dazzle (Eric Carlson), who won the 2013 edition, wound up behind the eight-ball in the eighth race and last season’s champ, P H Supercam (Jason Bartlett) landed post No. 6 in the 10thrace.   In keeping with that theme, 2011 Levy winner Real Nice (Kakaley) landed the pylons in Friday’s ninth race. Sunday (first post 12:10 PM) – a French-themed 12 races, with the first seven featuring oversized trotting fields (12, 12, 10, 10, 10, 10 and 10 horses, respectively). Including is the $46,000 Open Handicap Trot (3rd race),  with the formful Not Afraid (Dan Dube, post 8) looking for a fourth win in six seasonal starts. Note that after a dark Sunday next week, live racing is scheduled for March 8 and 15. Monday (first post 7:10 PM) – 11 races, including a $10,000 guaranteed pool Pick 5 (races 7 through 11), with program pages available (after finalized) at www.yonkersraceway.com. Tuesday (first post 1 PM) – card to be drawn Thursday (Feb. 19). Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Saturday, February 14, 2015-Yonkers Raceway has cancelled its live racing program (and evening simulcasting) for tonight (Saturday, Feb. 14), due to the wintry (and blustery) conditions anticipated for the greater New York area. It is the sixth weather-related cancellation this season. Saturday afternoon simulcasting is continuing until approximately 6 PM. Live racing is scheduled to resume Monday (Feb. 16), with first post at 7:10 PM, the first night of the Monday $10,000 guaranteed Pick 5 pool (50-cent base wager, but now changed to races 7 through 11). Program pages for are available at www.yonkersraceway.com. Please be advised that the status of Sunday (Feb. 15) simulcasting is TBA as of this writing. by Frank Drucker, for Yonkers Raceway

YONKERS, NY, Friday, February 13, 2015-Favored Carolsideal (Dan Dube, $6.90) continued her form spree Friday night, handily winning Yonkers Raceway's $35,000 featured Filly and Mare Open Handicap Pace. In play early from post position No. 7, "Carol's" four-hole became a three-hole after invading Medusa (George Brennan) broke while going for the lead. That left pole-positioned Palm Patrol (Mark MacDonald) in charge, albeit briefly. Carolsideal then moved to take over, doing so after a :28.2 opening quarter-mile. A pair of cheapo 29-second next intervals (:57.2, 1:26.2) gave the leader a length-and-a-half advantage into the lane. She then held sway, whipping a passing lane-diving Palm Patrol by a head in a season's-best 1:54.4. Handsoffmycookie (Matt Kakaley), Momma Rock (Jason Bartlett) and last week's victress, For the Ladies N (Brian Sears). rounded out the payees. For Carolsideal, a 6-year-old daughter of Western Ideal trained by Rene Allard for co-owners him (as Allard Racing), Yves Sarazin and Kapildeo Singh, it was her fourth win in as many seasonal starts (and purchase/barn change). The exacta paid $39.40, with the triple returning $158. The Raceway's live season continues Saturday night (post time 7:10 PM). After that, it's Monday (7:10 PM), Tuesday (1 PM), then Thursday through Saturday (all at 7:10 PM). Note the next Sunday matinee is Feb. 22 (post time 12:10 PM). Evening simulcasting accompanies all night programs, with afternoon simulcasting available daily (all provided Mother Nature cooperates). by Frank Drucker, for Yonkers Raceway

YONKERS, NY, Thursday, February 12, 2015 -- Tim Rooney, Jr., General Counsel at Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway, has been selected 2015 Grand Marshal for the 60th Annual Yonkers St. Patrick's Day Parade which takes place on McLean Avenue on Saturday, March 21. "It's quite an honor to be chosen to serve as Grand Marshal," said Rooney. "With our family's Irish heritage and long association with the City of Yonkers, it will be a special day for me, and the entire Rooney Family." In 2014 the South Broadway St. Patrick's Day Parade merged with the McLean Avenue Merchant's Association St. Patrick's Day Parade. This combination began a new era for Yonkers in honoring our Irish heritage, contributions and Saint Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland and the Archdiocese of New York,. The official installation of Mr. Rooney as Grand Marshal and the Aides for the 2015 Parade will take place on Saturday, March 7, at a gala celebration of the 'Changing of the Sash' in the Good Time Room at the Empire City Casino at 7:30 p.m. The Parade will be underway on March 21 following a Mass at St. Barnabas High School Chapel on McLean Avenue, when marchers step off at 1:00 p.m. on McLean Avenue west of Bronx River Road. Tim is the son of casino and raceway president and CEO Timothy J. Rooney, Sr. Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Saturday, February 7, 2015 - Not Afraid (Dan Dube, $2.80) and a repeating Sapphire City (Eric Carlson, $10) grabbed the gusto Saturday night, winning Yonkers Raceway's harness racing co-featured $35,000 Open Handicaps. Not Afraid made it three wins in his last four featured trot tries. Outsprinted--from post position No. 6--at the outset by outside number Count Me In (George Brennan), the odds-on choice settled fourth. After early intervals of :27.4 and 58 seconds flat, Not Afraid took off after the leader, engaged in and out of the 1:26.3 three-quarters. Not Afraid took over early in the lane, then held off a trio of closers to prevail in 1:55.4. On the Podium (Carlson) grabbed second, beaten, three-quarters of a length, with Awesome Valley (Jason Bartlett) third. A from-last Struck By Lindy and Murmur Hanover (Pat Lachance) completed the cashers. For Not Afraid, a 6-year-old S J's Caviar gelding trained by Jimmy Takter for co-owners his wife, Christina, John Fielding and Goran Andeberg, he's 3-for-5 this season. The exacta paid $34.80, with the triple returning $200,. Sapphire City, from post No. 3 in the pacing feature, made the first lead before Michael's Power (Dube) went by. That one, from an assigned eight-hole, cleared and led early (:27.1, :57.1). Invading Dapper Dude (Brian Sears) tried it first-up from fifth, prompting past a 1:25.1 three-quarters. The leader remained so, with a length-and-a-half in and out of the final turn. However, he began to tire as Sapphire City ducked in and went by. In a virtual carbon copy of last week's race, he was able to whip a closing 2-1 choice Take it Back Terry (Brennan). The margin was a half-length (same as last Saturday) in 1:52.4. Dapper Dude held credibly for third, with Michael's Power and BJ's Guy settling for the minor spoils. For third choice Sapphire City, a 7-year-old Metropolitan gelding trained by Paul Blumenfeld for co-owners Centaur Stable and Jordan Sklut, it was his second win in five seasonal starts (career earnings now over $900,000) The exacta paid $39, the triple returned $292.50 and the superfecta paid $699. The Raceway's live season continues (weather permitting) Monday (7:10 PM), then a French-centric Tuesday (1 PM) and Thursday through Saturday (all at 7:10 PM). Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Friday, February 6, 2015—Favored For the Ladies N with harness racing driver Brian Sears in the bike was both patient and potent, handily winning Yonkers Raceway’s $35,000 featured Filly and Mare Open Handicap Pace. Making her stateside small-track debut, For the Ladies N won the draw but had no designs about flaunting it. She was more than happy to get away third, behind Handsoffmycookie (Dan Dube) and Mach a Wish (Mark MacDonald). After a :27.4 opening quarter mile and :56.4 intermission, the people’s preference made her move. She edged to the lead passing the 1:24.4 three-quarters, widening to 2½ lengths into the lane. For the Ladies N never had an issue for the balance, winning by 2¾ lengths 1:52.4. Handsoffmycookie chased and held second, with Momma Rock (Jason Bartlett), Mach a Wish and Sir Jillian Z Tam completing the cashers. For “Ladies,” a 6-year-old Down Under daughter of Jereme’s Jet trained by Peter Tritton for owner Harry von Knoblauch, it was her second win in as four seasonal starts. The exacta paid $15.20, with the triple returning $66. The Raceway’s live season continues Saturday night (post time 7:10 PM). After that, it’s Monday (7:10 PM), a French-centric Tuesday (1 PM), then Thursday through Saturday (all at 7:10 PM). Note the next Sunday matinee is Feb. 22 (post time TBA). Evening simulcasting accompanies all night programs, with afternoon simulcasting available daily (all provided Mother Nature cooperates). Frank Drucker  

YONKERS, NY, Friday, February 6, 2015-Favored For the Ladies N (Brian Sears, $2.80) was both patient and potent, handily winning Yonkers Raceway's $35,000 featured Filly and Mare Open Handicap Pace. Making her stateside small-track debut, For the Ladies N won the draw but had no designs about flaunting it. She was more than happy to get away third, behind Handsoffmycookie (Dan Dube) and Mach a Wish (Mark MacDonald). After a :27.4 opening quarter mile and :56.4 intermission, the people's preference made her move. She edged to the lead passing the 1:24.4 three-quarters, widening to 2½ lengths into the lane. For the Ladies N never had an issue for the balance, winning by 2¾ lengths 1:52.4. Handsoffmycookie chased and held second, with Momma Rock (Jason Bartlett), Mach a Wish and Sir Jillian Z Tam completing the cashers. For "Ladies," a 6-year-old Down Under daughter of Jereme's Jet trained by Peter Tritton for owner Harry von Knoblauch, it was her second win in as four seasonal starts. The exacta paid $15.20, with the triple returning $66. The Raceway's live season continues Saturday night (post time 7:10 PM). After that, it's Monday (7:10 PM), a French-centric Tuesday (1 PM), then Thursday through Saturday (all at 7:10 PM). Note the next Sunday matinee is Feb. 22 (post time TBA). Evening simulcasting accompanies all night programs, with afternoon simulcasting available daily (all provided Mother Nature cooperates). by Frank Drucker, for Yonkers Raceway  

YONKERS, NY, Tuesday, February 3, 2015-Tuesday (Feb. 3) marks the second consecutive day Yonkers Raceway has cancelled both its live racing and simulcasting due to the wintry conditions in and around the greater New York area. With Wednesday a scheduled dark day, live racing (and evening simulcasting) is set to resume Thursday evening (Feb. 5), first post at 7:10 PM. Afternoon simulcasting is scheduled to resume Wednesday (Feb. 4).. Horsemen are advised the draw schedule does not change. Saturday's (Feb. 7) draw is being conducted as of this writing, with Monday's (Feb. 9) draw scheduled to Wednesday (Feb. 4, box closes at 9 AM).. For more information, please contact the race office at (914) 457-2627. by Frank Drucker, for Yonkers Raceway

YONKERS, NY, Saturday, January 31, 2015 - Sapphire City  and harness racing driver Eric Carlson, and Count Me In (George Brennan, $4.80) divided Yonkers Raceway's Saturday night glory, winning the co-featured $35,000 Open Handicaps. Sapphire City annexed the Open Handicap Pace in rallying fashion. Working out a second-over trip from post position No. 6, he was chasing 4-5 choice Doctor Butch (Brian Sears). That one had to wait his turn before making front (:28.2, :58.1), getting around second choice Mickey Hanover (Dan Dube) Sapphire City, towed in behind Classic Gent (Stephane Bouchard), was able to slip to the cones when "Mickey" dropped anchor before a 1:27 three-quarters. Doctor Butch owned a short lead into the lead, but was in trouble from both sides. Sapphire City ducked inside, getting the jump on a from-last Take it Back Terry (Brennan). The former whipped the latter by a half-length in 1:55.1. Doctor Butch faded to third, with Flem N Em N (Jason Bartlett) and Classic Gent rounding out the payees. For fourth choice Sapphire City, a 7-year-old Metropolitan gelding trained by Paul Blumenfeld for co-owners Centaur Stable and Jordan Sklut, it was his first win in four seasonal starts. The exacta paid $108, with the triple returning $334.50. Second choice Count Me In left nothing to chance in the week's marquee trot, going the distance from post No. 3 in equal halves (:27.3, :58, 1:26.4, 1:56). With pole-assigned In Nomine Patri (Jim Marshall III) doing just enough to keep the pocket, two-time defending champ Not Afraid (Dube) was wrangled back in third. The 4-5 fave saw Count Me In widen down the backside, taking a four-length lead in and out of the final turn. Count Me In was a safe winner, holding off Not Afraid by a never-threatened half-length. In Nomine Patri, Murmur Hanover (Pat Lachance) and Dancehall Mistress (Sears) settled for the remainder. For Count Me In, a 6-year-old Full Count gelding co-owned (as Burke Racing) by (trainer) Ron Burke, Weaver Bruscemi, M1 Stable and Michelle Yanek, he's now 3-for-4 this season. The exacta paid $10.80, the triple returned $36.60 and the superfecta paid $109.50. The Raceway's live season continues (weather permitting) Monday (7:10 PM), then Tuesday (1 PM) and Thursday through Saturday (all at 7:10 PM). YONKERS RESCHEDULES FRIDAY DRAW Due to more impending bad weather supposedly descending upon the greater New York area, Yonkers Raceway has rescheduled its draw for the Friday (Feb. 6) program. That draw, originally going Monday (Feb. 2), is now taking place Sunday (Feb. 1). Box closes at 10 AM. Please be advised that as of this writing, there are no other changes to the live racing and draw schedules (updates if/ when necessary). For more information, please contact the race office at (914) 457-2627. Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Friday, January 23, 2015 - Favored Carolsideal and harness racing driver Dan Dube, offered up some first-over fisticuffs Friday night, handily winning Yonkers Raceway's $35,000 featured Filly and Mare Open Handicap Pace. Sitting chilly (literally and figuratively early from post position No. 5, "Carol" saw Robin Cruiser (Jordan Stratton) stepped over Palm Patrol (Mark MacDonald) before a :28.3 opening quarter-mile. After a wind-compromised :59.1 intermission, Carolsideal moved from fourth...and did so with purpose. She busted the race wide open before the 1:26.3 three-quarters, opening up 6½ lengths entering the lane. The final margin was sixth lengths in 1:55.2. Palm Patrol, stuck behind a tiring leader, won the "other" race for second, with last week's victress, Set Me Up (George Brennan), Spirit of Desire (Jason Bartlett) and Robin Cruiser earned the smaller pay envelopes. Note that scheduled outside assignee Voelz Hanover was a judges' scratch for a second time this month as the millionairess has not made her 2015 parimutuel debut. For Carolsideal, a 6-year-old daughter of Western Ideal trained by Shawn Christner for co-owners Allard Racing, Yves Sarazin and Kapildeo Singh, it was her third win (each in same time) in as many seasonal starts (and purchase/barn change). The exacta paid $24, with the triple returning $128.50. The Raceway's live season continues Saturday night (post time 7:10 PM). After that, it's Monday (7:10 PM), Tuesday (1 PM), then Thursday through Saturday (all at 7:10 PM). Note the next Sunday matinee is Feb. 22 (post time TBA). Evening simulcasting accompanies all night programs, with afternoon simulcasting available daily (all provided Mother Nature cooperates). Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Tuesday, January 27, 2015- Despite Aqueduct having already cancelled its Wednesday (Jan. 28) program, Yonkers Raceway shall be open for afternoon simulcasting. The schedule includes both Gulfstream Park and Tampa Bay Downs (first post for each at 12:30 PM). Simulcasting is available on the fourth floor, along with any Empire City Bets transactions. After a scheduled Wednesday dark day, live racing is set to resume Thursday night (Jan. 29), with first post at 7:10 PM. Horsemen are again advised about a double draw for Saturday (Jan. 31) and Monday (Feb. 2) taking place Wednesday (Jan. 28), with the box closing at 9 AM. For more information, please contact the race office at (914) 457-2627. Frank Drucker, Yonkers Raceway Publicity Director

YONKERS, NY, Saturday, January 24, 2015 - Harness racing driver Dan Dube, off to a solid start to the season, continue his roll Saturday night by sweeping both of Yonkers Raceway's Saturday night $35,000 co-features. In-form Not Again ($4.40) defended his marquee trot title, winning this Open Handicap event in 1:56.3. Assigned outside his six rivals, Not Again, as the second choice. was in play early. Eschewing a three-hole, he drove on, getting around Meadows invader Count Me In. That one, the 11-10 favorite, took over from lone lass Backstreet Hanover (Tyler Buter). Not Again threw down the gauntlet (:27.3, 57.3, 1:26.2), taking no outer-tier pressure whatsoever. Count Me In pulled pocket early, and that would cost him. Not Again wound up winning by length-and-a-quarter, with 45-1 rank outsider Sim Brown (Mark MacDonald) slipping up the cones for second. Count Me In was third, with Hoorayforvacation (Eric Carlson) and Star Photo (Eric Goodell) rounding out the payees. Backstreet Hanover jumped it off entering the final turn. For Not Afraid, a 6-year-old S J's Caviar gelding trained by Jimmy Takter for his wife, Christina, John Fielding and Goran Anderberg, it was his second win in three seasonal starts. The exacta paid $98, with the triple returning $228. Dube won the blind-draw Open Pace was a pocket-patrolling Michael's Power ($10.40). That one, from post No. 6, left outside of Sapphire City (Carlson). He then gave it up to a quarter-move by just-over-even-money favorite Warrawee Needy (MacDonald). It was "Needy" laying down the law through intervals of :27.1, :56 and 1:23.2, taking a length-and-a-half lead into the lane. However, that quick third quarter could not separate himself from the gang, and the gang swallowed him up. It was Michael's Power ducking inside, beating a closing Take it Back Terry (Brennan) by three-quarters of a length in 1:51.4 Sapphire City, Warrawee Needy and a season-debuting P H Supercam (Jason Bartlett) settled for the remainder. For third choice Michael's Power, a 6-yer-old Camluck homebred gelding owned by Jeff Snyder and trained by Mark Silva, it was his second win in three '15 tries. The exacta paid $52, with the triple returning $244. Dube won four races during Saturday's dozen-race card. The Raceway's live season continues (weather permitting) Monday (7:10 PM), then Tuesday (1 PM) and Thursday through Saturday (all at 7:10 PM). Frank Drucker  

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